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Vapes On A Plane Marketing Kit

Electronic smoking devices, like vapes and e-cigarettes, contain lithium batteries and are considered dangerous goods. As such, they are restricted to how they can be packed when preparing for travel on an aircraft.

Manufacturers, retailers, and consumers can help share the message of safety with customers and fellow airline passengers by using these marketing materials.

Share the Message on Social Media

When posting on social, please use these image files and include the hashtags #PackSafe and #VapesOnAPlane. Not sure what to say? Consider sharing these messages:

  • You can help keep the skies safe! Follow these tips from the FAA when you carry your vape on your next flight. #VapesOnAPlane #PackSafe faa.gov/go/packsafe
  • You can carry your vape or e-cig on a plane. Keep it in the cabin, but no smoking allowed! Learn more from FAA on how to safely pack your vape for air travel. #VapesOnAPlane #PackSafe faa.gov/go/packsafe

Images: Vapes on a Plane

Share the Message in Stores

Vapes on a Plane

For manufacturers and retailers, consider printing and posting these at your shops or shipping with your products:

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